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Event Summary:

Date: 01/05/2019
Time: 17:00-19:30

Venue:

Price per Person: Free

They/Them/Us Writing Workshop (& Pre-meet)

1st May 2019, Manchester

Event Full Details:

They/Them/Us go to… Writing Our Freedom(s) workshop with Travis Alabanza

We have 10 spaces reserved for this workshop – which is now sold out! This workshop is open to trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary and queer folks exploring their gender. The workshop is hosted by the Centre for New Writing at the University of Manchester

Please email women@lgbt.foundation as soon as possible to confirm your attendance.

We will be doing a They/Them/Us pre-meet at a nearby coffee shop (TBC) from 5pm and going to the workshop together (leaving at 5:45) for 6pm.

“Join Travis Alabanza for an intimate writing workshop that aims to use poetry, text and play to reflect and interrogate our relationship to our gender, bodies and the outside. Inspired by Travis’ debut poetry book ‘before I step outside (you love me)’, the workshop aims to use different writing prompts, discussions and sharings to have space to think about our gender, public space, and imagining something more.”

**We have reserved 10 places – please email women@lgbt.foundation to confirm your attendance. You will receive a confirmation by email**

Who is this for?
This event is for genderfluid and non binary people who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer or questioning, all or part of the time, including trans, older, disabled/neurodivergent people and those of all faiths and backgrounds, and transfeminine people.

Cost/Location?
This meet-out is FREE to attend, and is at:

Samuel Alexander Building (University of Manchester)
Lime Grove
Manchester
M13 9PP

Nearest tram stop: St Peter’s Square
FREE Bus #2: Whitworth St West / “Palace Theatre/Oxford Road” stop. http://bit.ly/2I87VJs
Bus route: 42/143 and all others along Oxford Road.

Coming on your own? This is a welcoming group and we will be doing introductions! New comers always welcome. We will be doing a casual pre-meet at a coffee shop and going to the workshop together.

**********************More information***********************
For more information, or to contact us about any of the following, please contact women@lgbt.foundation :
• Access requirements
• Travel bursaries (we offer these without any condition, please contact us in advance of the event if you would like to access, please note we are unable to reimburse without sight of ticket/receipt)
• If you have any ideas on things you would like to discuss or workshop, let us know!